HRH The Princess Royal, the Royal Patron of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) has sent a message of support to everyone affected by a spinal cord injury and the charities providing support.
During the month of May, people are coming together to raise awareness of life after stroke during Stroke Awareness Month.
Comedian, actor and author of multiple children’s books, David Walliams took time out of his schedule to entertain children living with a disability.
Newlife, the charity for disabled children, has called on the UK Government to receive further funding. The charity reveals how.
The Disability Benefits Consortium is petitioning the UK Government to increase all out of work benefits during the current pandemic.
With expert advice from dedicated charities, we can work together to allow disabled children the opportunity to flourish in an inclusive society.
Cooking is a positive experience that can bring families together to create a delicious meal, and it can be made easily accessible for all to enjoy.
BBC’s Casualty and leading, learning disabilities charity, Mencap have teamed up to bring a three-episode story arc to the show to highlight health inequalities that exist for people living with a learning disability.
There’s no denying that we’re loving in strange times and it’s perfectly normal if you’re fining it hard to cope at the moment. Everything has changed you may need some time to adjust to the new normal.
Today (11 April) is World Parkinson’s Day, where we raise awareness of the condition to help the wider community understand what living with Parkinson’s is really like.
From helping others to helping keep you occupied while you’re at home, giving back is an important pass-time in the current circumstances. We look at how you can help others in your local area, from the comfort of your home and online.
Coming together as a society is essential, and together we can help charities supporting the most vulnerable people in society during this challenging time.
The creative arts have always been a haven for inclusivity and celebrating diversity – and autism has played an increasingly high-profile role in TV dramas in the UK and across the pond. But can our television sets ever accurately depict life as an autistic person?
Yesterday evening (31 March) the Department of Health and Social Care released new social care guidance under the Coronavirus Act 2020, which could see care temporarily suspended for many disabled people.
Today (30 March) is the start of World Autism Week, where autistic people and charities come together to raise awareness of autism and how we can all work together to support the autistic community.